Friday, September 26, 2008
Bananaz by Dee Dawning
ISBN # Excess0000013
Joel awakens from a nap on the couch to find his girlfriend, Teri in the kitchen with three of her friends, all wearing nothing but bikinis. When he peeks around the corner to see what all the giggling is about, he finds them practicing blow job deep throating techniques on bananas. After he's discovered watching, the girls talk him and Teri into a real live demonstration. This demo turns in to a wild sex romp between all of them with some sexy surprises happening along the way.
All I can say is WOW! What a hot, sexy little story this was. If you like a lot of sex, Bananaz won't disappoint you. Be prepared, it goes by way too quickly!
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Cutting Loose by Susan Andersen
Jane Kaplinski vowed growing up never to let passion rule her life. Her parents were more interested in the alcohol, acting and themselves than Jane. At 12, Jane and her friends Poppy and Ava met Miss Agnes Wolcott. Miss Agnes took the girls under her wing and they had tea monthly for the next 18 years. When she passed away, Miss Agnes bequeath her estate to the girls. The girls ccouldn't afford to upkeep of the Wolcott mansion, so they decided selling would be the best thing for them to do. The contractor called in to make the extensive renovations the mansion needed is Devlin Kavanagh. When Jane meets Dev, they share an instant attraction. Jane tries her best to avoid him and the passion between them.
Devlin is only working for his family's contracting business until his brother's illness has improved. Then he'll be returning to Europe to and work. So Jane eventually decides what's wrong with no strings sex since Dev will be leaving anyway. But after, she never would have guessed her feelings would change and grow. And she'd finally let passion into her life.
I enjoyed this first book in Susan Andersen's Sisterhood Diaries trilogy and look forward to the next in the series. The chemistry between Jane and Dev is explosive from the beginning when they're arguing more than anything else. Once they decide to stop arguing and make love, the chemistry is off the charts.
Friday, September 19, 2008
Pleasure After the Pain by Savannah Chase
Out on the town, Serena stops by a tattoo parlor with her friend. While waiting for her friend to get inked, Serena browses through the album for a tattoo she might be interested in getting. Nothing grabs her attention until something falls out of the book she hadn't noticed before. So intrigued by the design, it draws her back to the parlor before the end of the night and she has it inked on her. This is when the fun and magic begins.
All I can say is, wow! What a hawt little story! Makes me want to get a tattoo; something I've never had any desire to do. Don't miss this one. Savannah, how bout a sequel?
Monday, September 15, 2008
Web of Deception by Emilie Rose
ISBN: 9780373768943 (#1894)
Nadia Kincaid had been living in her father's Dallas penthouse apartment due to his will. It stated for her and her brothers to inherit she must take a leave of absence from her job with the family business, move to an unknown city, live off a monthly allowance, have a curfew and get her driver's license in one year. If she didn't follow those rules, they would lose everything to her father's biggest rival. Daddy didn't like the turn Nadia's life was taking so he thought he would continue to try to control her from the grave. Nadia became quite bored living in the penthouse with no job and not much money. She learned to cook and clean up after herself but she'd made a pest of herself with the many visits to the businesses in her building and gotten banned.
Hearing a noise in the hallway, Nadia opens her door, hoping to find her long lost neighbor finally home; she was lonely. What she didn't plan on seeing was her dead husband of eleven years. She thought he had died in a car accident on their wedding day along with their unborn child. Lucas Stone was shocked to see his ex-wife in the doorway across the hall. He had been paralyzed from the waist down and Nadia's father conned him in to taking a bribe to divorce her so he wouldn't be a burden to her and his family. Having recovered from the paralysis, Lucas focused on revenge against Nadia's father.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
The Boys Back Home by Sierra Dafoe
When Cassie Jordan was young, she fell in love with her best friends, Kyle Watson and Alan Caine. Now how could she ever choose between the two of them? She knew she couldn't have both of them. That was just unheard of in the small town of Preacher's Bend, Idaho.
But after catching Kyle and Alan in a more than compromising position with each other, Cassie hurriedly leaves town to start life over without them. She eventually turns to another man, becoming engaged. After having been gone for three years, Cassie decides it's time to return to the town she grew up in, so she could deal with her unresolved feelings for Kyle and Alan. How could she ever totally commit to her fiance and set a wedding date unless she did?
Alan and Kyle had turned to each other because they didn't want to force Cassie to make a choice between the two of them. Once all the misunderstandings are brought to the forefront, they decide there was no way they were going to let Cassie take off again.
I really enjoyed this book. In fact, I felt it ended a little too quickly. I wanted to reach in and give Cassie a big hug knowing she was having such a difficult time. Poor Alan and Kyle, it took them awhile but they finally got their act together where Cassie was concerned. If you choose to read this story, you won't be disapppointed. Kudos Sierra!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Surrender by Kimberly Zant
Anna is deperate to save her babies from being taken away by her ex-husband. He only wants them to spite her. Answering a newspaper ad for a six week job, Anna signs a contract to make a staggering amount of money to perform various sexual acts. She doesn't even understand why she was picked after seeing the other much younger, well built women who applied.
Arriving at the "mansion of ill repute," she quickly adapts to her temporary life of sexual submissive to five men. She tries her best to keep herself emotionally detached from her "bosses," which becomes more difficult as time goes by.
This book is one of the hottest I've ever read. The sex scenes are scorching and very detailed. While this book is written in first person pov, I quickly got used to it and enjoyed the story very much. One thing, I wish there would have been more information about Anna's "bosses," so I could have gotten to know them better. I recommend this book if you like a lot of explicit sex plus there is a happily ever after.
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Killer Curves by Regina Carlysle
When Carrie Martin Salem's husband died, she left the racing circuit behind and returned home to Texas. But when she left, she not only left racing, she left behind her friend, J.T. Sims.
Having never forgotten his best friend's wife, J.T. Sims decides it's time to pay Carrie a visit. Sparks fly when J.T. and Carrie let their passions ignite after so many years apart.
Could Carrie finally take a chance at love with J.T. or would she continue with her safe, quiet life?
This book was wonderful. Who wouldn't want a man like J.T.? I adored him and you could really feel his love for Carrie, the love he'd been hiding all those years. Poor Carrie was still hurting from her disastrous marriage and her husband's death. I really felt for what she'd been through and J.T. was the right man to save her from herself. Don't hesitate to read this book, you won't be disappointed.